Sheets of felt can be bought for pennies and easily turned into decorative jewelry pieces. I used two different colors of felt to create this office pin for Valentines Day.
Designs © Connie G. Barwick
Wear your heart on your sleeve when you stitch it on with these cool cross-stitch patterns. You can add some love to the cuff of your jeans, the front of your t-shirt, a recovered journal...anywhere you can stitch a patch of beautiful thread, these patterns will come in handy. Our Guide to Cross-Stitching has lots to share.
Sarah E. White
As if snuggling up to your sweetie wasn't keeping you warm enough, our Guide to Knitting has put together lots of knitting patterns that are sure to encourage some cuddle time. I just love these wristbands.
Craft a heart-shaped box for your sweetie to store jewelry, pins or hair clippies. Our Guide to Miniatures will take you step-by-step.
If you have some beads, wire, string, pendants and good old fashioned creativity lying around, then you're ready to take on some of these refined necklace, bracelet and earring projects from our Guide to Jewelry Making.
Safety pin jewelry is made when you string tiny seed beads together to make a picture that dangles from a safety pin. These make great jewelry for both office wear and fun kids styles. Here, our Guide to Family Crafts shows us how to make Valentines Day pins.
Add a heart to just about anything. Poof, it's a Valentines gift!
Well, you'll have to add your own special brand of pizazz to it, but these heart stencils should get you started. You can use them to create patches or spray paint with fabric paints.
This one is so easy. I suggest substituting Sculpey for the Play-Doh for a more durable heart necklace. Our Guide to Family Crafts will tell you how.
You can create a Valentines Day party hat with these free printable hat templates and instructions on how to decorate them with feathers, glitter and ribbon.